At the request of the Passamaquoddy Tribe, and with a grant to create two immersion preschools in the communities of Sipayik and Motahkomikuk, Speaking Place has provided training in areas drawing from many disciplines, in order to foster a successful and sustainable . . .
The Ayöök Portal representing Totontepecano or Alta Mixe, a language spoken in the Mountains of Oaxaca, Mexico, is an advanced version of the Passamaquoddy-Maliseet Language Portal, linking advanced technologies for linguists, such as Elan annotation software for analysis and subtitling.
Ben Levine and Julia Schulz will join SOAS Director, Mandana Seyfeddinipur, for a two-week workshop presenting the latest techniques in community language documentation. Mandana Seyfeddinipur has pioneered gesture analysis and is a leader in linguistics documentation and . . .
A major grant to the Passamaquoddy Tribe from the US Department of Health & Human Services brings Speaking Place back to the Passamaquoddy reservations to collaborate on new educational and language revival efforts. This project builds on their previous partnership . . .
In this paper we intend to focus on the native-speaking Facilitators and our observations about who they are, how their work evolved over the course of filming, and the importance of their efforts for the success of the documentation project.
Begun in August 2006 on the eastern Maine Passamaquoddy reservations (Pleasant Point and Indian Township), Language Keepers employs an unusual multi-disciplinary approach to address an increasingly common problem in endangered language documentation and reclamation: PassamaquoddyMaliseet is no longer spoken in public.
Based on documentary filmmaking and community outreach methods, NGC employs a family of methods that enable us to document indigenous and endangered language and culture as they are actually lived. This provides more accurate linguistic data, gives form and . . .